Les Trois Cochons


Copenhagen is the culinary star of Scandinavia. With a focus on high-quality ingredients, authenticity and soul, restaurants in Copenhagen offer dining experiences of the highest calibre. Here we share with you some of our favourites, where décor, food and atmosphere are perfectly combined to provide an exceptional experience.

Restaurant Silo


Restaurant Silo is on the 17th floor at the very top of Copenhagen’s iconic former grain silo, Siloen, a beloved icon in Copenhagen’s Nordhavn district and a piece of noteworthy architecture in its own right. It has fantastic views of Copenhagen and Sweden across the sea and is open for lunch and dinner with an impressive menu that will delight any foodie.



The down-to-earth organic food specialists, Aarstiderne, offer meal crates, communal dining and other projects with a focus on organic farming and sustainability, which are very popular among Copenhageners. A particular favourite is the old post hall in Copenhagen’s Nordhavn district, where you can delve into their green universe in the form of communal dining, courses on fermentation, lectures and more. Registration is required.

Aarstiderne Posthallen
Les Trois Cochons


Værnedamsvej is a hip little street connecting the Vesterbro district of Copenhagen with Frederiksberg, and offering a delightful Paris-inspired atmosphere. In addition to being home to parts of the Lycée Français Prins Henrik, the street’s many specialist shops, cafés and restaurants are popular among locals and tourists alike. One of the best restaurants in the area is Cofoco’s Les Trois Cochons, which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner with a genuine French-style menu. So if you have a fondness for oysters, steak frites, tarte flambée or just a petit café and a croissant, you’re in the best of hands. The restaurant is furnished by Københavns Møbelsnedkeri, which has transformed the original classical rooms into a warm and inviting oasis with cool details in wood.


NOMA 2.0

You haven’t experienced Copenhagen until you have visited the world-renowned restaurant Noma, which reopened earlier this year in a version 2.0 – with an even stronger focus on culinary art based on seasonal produce. The new Noma was launched with an opening menu inspired by the sea. Over the summer and into early autumn, the menu is inspired by the plant kingdom, while autumn and winter 2018 welcome the game and venison season with a meat-based menu. Noma comprises a total of 11 buildings designed by Bjarke Ingel’s architectural firm BIG, as well as a vast garden designed by landscape architect Piet Oudolf – a veritable campus with greenhouses, test kitchens and much more. One of Copenhagen’s high-end architectural studios, David Thulstrup, created the interior design with bespoke furniture made by Brdr. Kruger, tableware by stylist Christine Rudolph in collaboration with a team of ceramic artists from Norway, Denmark and Canada, specially produced glass by glass artist Nina Nørgaard, as well as beautiful lighting designed by lighting experts Anker & Co. A total experience and a must see when visiting Copenhagen. Reservations are required and you are advised to book well in advance.

Noma 2.0